Repealing the ACA during the coronavirus pandemic could lead to devastating consequences for millions of Americans, says Benjamin Sommers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has inspired new research directions across the School
A work requirement policy imposed by the state of Arkansas on Medicaid participants failed to achieve its stated goal of boosting employment, according to new research led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Instead, the policy…
Howard Koh, professor of the practice of public health, discusses the FDA's decision to allow the use of convalescent plasma as a treatment for COVID-19.
A Trump administration rule enacted in January could lead to an increase in the spread of COVID-19 in immigrant communities, say experts.
Recent public opinion data suggests that political candidates who want to appeal to Black voters in the upcoming election will need well-developed proposals on several health policy issues, including universal health insurance coverage, health and economic protections from…
Harvard Chan School faculty member Howard Koh speaks about his life and career in public health in an interview in Yale Medicine Magazine.
Trump administration immigration rules may be discouraging low-income families from getting health insurance, medical care, food benefits, or public housing, according to a new study from Harvard Chan School researchers.
Health care spending in the U.S. is higher than that of all other high-income countries, yet the U.S. has worse health outcomes and the lowest rate of health insurance coverage than its peer nations.
As millions lose their jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic, millions are also likely to lose health insurance and to enroll in Medicaid, which will put enormous strain on state budgets. In a June 11, 2020 viewpoint article in…